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By: Wolters Kluher Health     Published Date: Oct 03, 2012
Top questions you need to ask CDS providers before selecting a solution
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Wolters Kluher Health
By: Docman Sean Buckley £1000     Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
University Hospitals Birmingham in 2010 started an initial three month proof of concept project of EDT Hub and is now close to reaching the distribution of up to 20,000 letters electronically each month ; a key milestone for the Trust
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By: Imprivata     Published Date: Sep 13, 2010
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest hospital trusts in England, with five hospitals and several outpatient facilities across East Kent and Medway. The Trust provides a wide range of services within both hospital and community settings and employs more than 7,500 staff who require access to a variety of healthcare applications and support systems.
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clinical access, it
    
Imprivata
By: St Andrews healthcare     Published Date: Dec 03, 2012
People who suffer brain injury often make a good physical recovery but then go on to suffer from other problems.
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St Andrews healthcare
By: SPSS     Published Date: Jun 02, 2010
This paper illustrates data mining will enable clinicians and managers to find valuable new patterns in data, leading to potential improvement of resource utilization and patient health. As the patterns are based on recent clinical practice, they represent the ultimate in evidence-based care. This paper briefly introduces the PASW Modeler* data mining system, which incorporates advanced machine learning technologies that extract complex interrelationships and decision-making rules from the data.
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SPSS
By: SPSS     Published Date: Jun 09, 2010
As with all clinical and scientific experiments, the variables measured must be robust and reliable. The main goal for North Warwickshire NHS Trust was to calculate whether each of the 18 items in its psychometric scales - used to determine improvement or deterioration - had acceptable inter-rater reliability (ie, whether the scoring between different raters or assessors was consistent throughout).
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SPSS
By: Telehealth Solutions Limited     Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
Patients using HomePods to measure vital signs and communicate with carers have better outcomes and fewer hospital visits, our research suggests. A pilot project saw a 90% reduction in length of stay and hospital admissions, a 40% drop in home visits from the GP and A&E visits reduced by half. This paper illustrates how in-home monitoring can save a PCT or GP consortium over £180,000 a year just by improving the care of a small section of COPD patients.
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patient monitoring, primary care, it
    
Telehealth Solutions Limited
By: Telehealth Solutions Limited     Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
Point-Of-Care Telehealth Could Save Public Health Providers £100,000 a Year: Halving the staff and time needed for community outreach checks, PCTs and LAs save 75% from the cost of public health screening, our analysis suggests. The CardioPod is a touchscreen tablet with diagnostic devices attached, measuring blood pressure, BMI, cholesterol, blood glucose - among others Clinical and lifestyle questionnaires can be included to take a family history, medical history, information on alcohol and tobacco use.
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public health
    
Telehealth Solutions Limited
By: Teleheath Solution LTD     Published Date: Oct 02, 2012
It seems that there is no consensus of opinion when it comes to the viability of telehealth as a means to meet the challenge of the massive cost-savings required for the NHS while maintaining or improving quality of care.
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healthcare management
    
Teleheath Solution LTD
By: Teleheath Solution LTD     Published Date: Feb 05, 2013
The Portsdown Group Practice has undertaken a study to test the cost-effectiveness of the management of chronic disease using telehealth and has seen significant results so far.
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healthcare management
    
Teleheath Solution LTD
By: Novell UK     Published Date: Jan 29, 2013
In partnership with telehealth technology specialist Tunstall, PA has helped to implement telehealth for 50 patients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Patients are equipped to monitor their vital signs at home with remote support from clinicians. PA is now helping Bexley develop plans for deployment to more COPD patients and those with other long-term conditions. There will be a full evaluation of benefits, a service model and robust criteria for patient selection.
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primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr
    
Novell UK
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: Jul 13, 2011
North American Healthcare Provider turns to IBM® SPSS® Statistics to boost clinic performance and speed patient services All around the globe, nations are contending with medical costs that are rising faster than inflation and patients who are frustrated by long waits for appointments. One of the newest strategies for correcting these and other systemic ailments is evidence-based medicine. The highly touted approach aims to apply the best available scientific evidence to medical decision-making to ensure the best treatment outcomes. In 2008, a leading for-profit clinical healthcare provider decided to bring a rigorous, evidence-based approach to its own operations. "It's the old adage, what gets measured, gets done," says the company's director of clinical intelligence. Starting with three of its strategic rehabilitation clinics, the healthcare company rolled out a statistical analysis solution based on IBM SPSS Statistics. Since then, it has seen significant business benefits, including increased customer satisfaction; improved decision-making; and increased revenue.
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boost clinic performance
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: Jul 13, 2011
IBM® SPSS® Statistics helps Wesley Research Institute link science, medical research and clinical practice The Wesley Research Institute (WRI) is an independent, not-for-profit organization located on the grounds of The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. The Institute conducts research aimed at discovering, testing and refining new techniques for better diagnosis and treatment of illness and disease, with the ultimate goal of improving patient care and quality of life. Using a collaborative approach that brings together doctors,nurses, allied health professionals, scientists and patients, WRI seeks to turn basic scientific findings into better healthcare outcomes as quickly as possible. Faster, more accurate diagnoses; fewer, less severe side effects; new treatments for faster, improved recovery - these are just some of the ways in which Institute researchers help improve patient care and quality of life, and IBM SPSS Statistics helps them do it.
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achieving better patient outcomes
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: O2 Health Jan - Mar 50 Leads £75 CPL     Published Date: Jan 06, 2012
Patients praise new telehealth service from O2 Health and clinicians reduce travel costs by 30% NHS Western Isles has increased its service capacity in key clinical areas and expects to make significant annual savings from the use of a new telehealth solution from O2 Health - called 'Side by Side'.
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O2 Health Jan - Mar 50 Leads £75 CPL
By: CRT HEALTH     Published Date: Jun 21, 2012
Real-time feedback is improving the NHS's Patient Experience, PROMS and clinical audit programmes
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healthcare management
    
CRT HEALTH
By: Accenture     Published Date: Jul 11, 2012
Choosing an image storage solution that suits the needs of clinicians and finance personnel means knowing what is important to both parties.
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healthcare management
    
Accenture
By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Dec 10, 2012
Centricity Clinical Archive solution1 is a multi-ology, multi-site vendor-neutral solution that transforms rigid departmental silos into fluid information sharing systems. Centricity Clinical Archive offers healthcare enterprises
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healthcare management
    
GE Healthcare
By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Dec 14, 2012
Multi-layered neutrality: A new standards-based framework for unifying medical images and clinical documents across the enterprise
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healthcare management
    
GE Healthcare
By: MSD     Published Date: Sep 01, 2013
Heart of Birmingham PCT respiratory quality improvement programme, MSDi clinical audit
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MSD
By: MSD     Published Date: Aug 05, 2013
Worcestershire PCT end of life & palliative care local enhanced service, MSDi clinical audit
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MSD
By: Nuance Communications ltd     Published Date: Mar 25, 2014
Success at a glance Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust manages two main hospitals – Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Calderdale Royal Hospital, in West Yorkshire. The Trust provides healthcare for more than 435,000 people across Calderdale and Kirklees, and is recognised as being among the top performing Trusts in the country.
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Nuance Communications ltd
By: Nuance Communications ltd     Published Date: Mar 25, 2014
Founded almost 60 years ago, Killingworth-based Wellspring Medical Practice attends to the medical needs of almost five and half thousand patients.
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Nuance Communications ltd
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: May 24, 2011
There is a problem in the healthcare market today. For improved quality of care, increased efficiencies and to meet Meaningful Use requirements, providers of healthcare services (health systems, hospitals, clinics, doctors) want to share health information with one another electronically. Because these providers operate in heterogeneous technology and data environments, it is challenging to physically connect their systems and disparate representations of patients, providers, organizations, and locations.
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improved quality of care, increased efficiencies, proactively improve the health, patient-centric, improved quality, health information exchange, hie, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: May 24, 2011
Introduction and overview eHealth offers a potent means for health services in EMEA, and worldwide, to tackle the daunting challenges of the 21st century. Ageing populations, long-term management of chronic illnesses, escalating costs1, changing patterns of disease, and a worldwide shortage of healthcare workers are all driving the need for health information and communication technology (ICT) to improve healthcare administration and delivery. For future sustainability, the healthcare system demands efficient and affordable access to finite healthcare resources, improving care for all and reducing healthcare inequalities. To achieve its potential, eHealth must facilitate the secure movement of patient data out of system silos and transform it into intelligence for improved patient administration and enablement of patient-centred, coordinated care.
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ehealth, health services, ageing populations, escalating costs, shortage of healthcare workers, ict, primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr, policy, finance, it, legal, commissioning, pharmaceuticals
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: Lincor     Published Date: Oct 14, 2013
This video shows how Lincor’s bedside-based patient engagement technology helps hospitals achieve better patient engagement and satisfaction as well as improving efficiencies and clinical outcomes.
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